Past Exhibition / Group Presentation

FIAC 2013

24 - 27 October, 2013

  • BG_L.C.-II_-2009-2013_38.1x 38.1x 5.1cm _Wood ,-stain ,-metal ,-paint _side -view

    Babak Golkar, L.C. II, 2009-2013, 38.1 x 38.1 x 5.1 cm, Wood, stain, metal, paint, edition of 3

  • AA_Dirt _Table _2005-2013_Wooden -table ,-top -soil ,-water

    Abbas Akhavan, Dirt/Table, 2005-2013, Wooden table, top soil, water

  • Abbas -Akhavan ,-Herd ,-2010-–-2013,-24-carat -gold -leaf -and -non -archival -xerox -ink -on -paper ,28x 21.5cm

    Abbas Akhavan, Herd, 2010 – 2013, 24 carat gold leaf and non archival xerox ink on paper, 28 x 21.5 cm

  • EAA_Remapping -Alfahidi -(19)_2013_Acrylic -color -on -Canvas -paper _29.7-x -21-cm

    Ebtisam Abdulaziz, Remapping Alfahidi (19), 2013, Acrylic color on Canvas paper, 29.7 x 21 cm

  • HK_Truncated -tetrahedron -2_2013_oil -on -paper -mounted -on -panel _177.8x -101.6cm _detail -2

    Hayv Kahraman, Truncated tetrahedron 2, 2013, Oil on paper mounted on panel, 177.8 x 101.6 cm

  • Youssef -Nabil _Catherine -Deneuve -Paris -2010_Hand -colored -gelatin -silver -print _50-x -75-cm

    Youssef Nabil, Catherine Deneuve - Paris 2010, Hand colored gelatin silver print, 50 x 75 cm

  • Monir -Farmanfarmaian _Square -and -Triangle _2010_Mirror ,-reverse -glass -painting -and -plaster -on -wood _100x 160cm

    Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian, Square and Triangle, 2010, Mirror, reverse-glass painting and plaster on wood, 100 x 160 cm

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Booth 1.F14 

The Third Line is pleased to be participating in the 40th edition of FIAC, Paris, and will be exhibiting works by Abbas Akhavan, Ebtisam Abdulaziz, Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian, Hayv Kahraman, Babak Golkar and Youssef Nabil. The booth explores the theme of Making Visible and looks at the nuances that these artists explore in their work which help to bring to attention that which is concealed or not immediately perceptible.

The artists featured rely on the transcendent quality of art to not only shed light on the obvious, but also on the possibility of what could be seen, thus expressing the belief that the manifest world is merely an isolated case in relation to the universe and that there are many other, latent realities. In this way, art does not just merely reproduce the visible, but makes visible what is commonly not seen.

Abbas Akhavan is also participating in the Hors les Murs programme at the Jardin des Plantes and the Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle.

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